Bolton Maps from the CCRPC
The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission is a significant source of GIS data. There are two map viewers available through the CCRPC:
- Bolton Map Viewer – see property boundaries, zoning districts, highways, and water bodies.
- Bolton Town Plan Viewer – see all the maps associated with the 2017 Bolton Town Plan.
- Individual Town Plan Maps – see all the maps at the end of the Town Plan, pp. 80-92.
Preston Pond Conservation Area
This conserved parcel is located between Stage and Notch Roads in West Bolton, and includes a variety of natural features, including wetlands, ponds and cliffs, diverse animal habitat, and a network of hiking and skiing trails. In addition, the VAST trail system traverses the area on a shared use trail.
Conservation Commission – Bolton Invasives Atlas
Bolton’s Own Little Libraries (BOLLs)
Bolton has 7 little libraries with a take-a-book-leave-a-book philosophy. Find your nearest BOLL on the BOLLs Map.
A wealth of mapping resources are available for the Town of Bolton at little or no cost. Using your web browser, you can view aerial photos (called orthophotos) and many other map layers via mapping applications like the VCGI Interactive Map Viewer or the Agency of Natural Resourceshttps://www.arcgis.com/apps/Viewer/index.html?appid=f6e5fdbff0bb4cda88ad4832631e98e9 Atlas.
You may also create free custom online maps using ArcGIS Online – sign up for a free public account here.
For archived and historic maps and orthophotos, contact the Vermont State Archives and Records Administration (VSARA).
If you are using desktop mapping software like ESRI’s ArcGIS or free and open source software like QGIS, you can download free digital mapping data and ortho photos from the Vermont Open Geodata Portal.